MICROWAVE DEVICES



Research team Microwave devices, within the Concepts group


On April, 23, we have the pleasure to welcome in SPINTEC Justin M. Shaw from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Colorado (USA). He will give us an IEEE Distinguished Lecture (*) at 11:00, CEA/Spintec, Bat. 1005, room 434A entitled : Broadband Ferromagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: The “Swiss Army Knife” for Understanding Spin-Orbit Phenomena Modern […]

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In the frame of the French national ANR project “SPINNET”, SPINTEC is offering an 18 month postdoctoral or clean room engineer position for the nanofabrication of arrays of vortex based spin torque oscillator devices. The objective is to demonstrate a proof of concept to use vortex magnetic tunnel junction devices as “microwave-to-DC” signal converters with […]

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You find here the list of proposals for Master-2 internships to take place during Spring 2019. In most cases, these internships are intended to be suitable for a longer-term PhD work. Interested Master-1 students are also encouraged to apply. You may either download the full list of proposals, along with an introduction to the SPINTEC […]

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SPINNET – An ANR project

Overview SPINNET stands for Microwave SPINtronics for Wireless Sensor NETworks. It is a 42-month-long ANR project. Wireless sensor networks WSN are a key technology of the Internet of things (IoT) that couples physical infrastructures with Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Nowadays, sensors are everywhere, in vehicles, in habitat, in smart phones, in factories or in […]

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MAESTRO – An ANR project

Magnon-spintronics aspires to become a novel information technology exploiting the spin degree of freedom. The goal of MAESTRO (2018-2021) is to masterize spin-wave (SW) turbulences occurring in low loss magnetic materials, whose benefit is to exploit the operation of magnon-devices at large spin currents. It requires fundamental progress on our insight about magnon-magnon interaction – […]

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N. Thiery, A. Draveny, V. V. Naletov, L. Vila, J. P. Attané, C. Beigné, G. de Loubens, M. Viret, N. Beaulieu, J. Ben Youssef, V. E. Demidov, S. O. Demokritov, A. N. Slavin, V. S. Tiberkevich, A. Anane, P. Bortolotti, V. Cros, and O. Klein, Phys. Rev. B 97, 060409 (2018). N. Thiery, V. V. […]

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T. Brächer, M. Fabre, T. Meyer, T. Fischer, S. Auffret, O. Boulle, U. Ebels, P. Pirro, G. Gaudin, Nano Lett. 17, 7234 (2017) Detection of Short-Waved Spin Waves in Individual Microscopic Spin-Wave Waveguides Using the Inverse Spin Hall Effect We report on the wave-vector independent detection of short-waved spin waves with wavelengths down to 150 nm […]

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On May 4, we have the pleasure to welcome Emilie Jué former SPINTEC PHD, she is now postdoc at NIST Colorado, she will give us a seminar which will take place at SPINTEC 434A at 11:00. Injection locking and spin transfer torque efficiency in three-terminal spin-torque oscillators Beyond their nanoscale size and their tunability in […]

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On Thursday, the 08th Of February 2018 at 13h30, Jérôme HEM from DRF/INAC/SPINTEC, will defend his PhD thesis entitled “Synchronization mechanisms of spin transfer oscillators” Place : GreEn-ER area, Amphitheater 2B010 – 21 Avenue des Martyrs, 38000 Grenoble The spin-transfer torque oscillator is a nano-sized system which could be part of the next generation of […]

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The stiffening of the perpendicular magnetic tunnel junction (pMTJ) stack resulting from the W insertion due to its very high melting temperature, is the key mechanism behind the extremely high thermal robustness. Thicker W layer in the W(t)/Ta 1 nm cap layer makes the storage electrode of pMTJ stack highly robust against annealing up to […]

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